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The Principles of Causation and Sufficient Reason
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A. J. Ayer actually Albert Michotte analysis analytic analytic proposition appeal apply Ayer Bertrand Russell causal efficacy causal laws causal principle causal series cause and effect chapter claim conceivably concept conclusion constant conjunction contention contradiction Copleston cosmological argu cosmological argument cosmological proof David Hume dependent determined essential event example explanation fact Fallacy of Composition Frederick Copleston Hence Hume Hume's Ibid infinite series J. J. C. Smart Kant kind of necessity likewise logical argument logical necessity means ment move nature neces necessarily exists necessarily true necessary and sufficient necessary being exists necessary condition necessary truth necessity involved non-contingent object ontological argument particular predicated premise principle of causation principle of sufficient priori production question rational animal real world reality relation Russell sary self-contradictory sense series of contingent simply simultaneous statement sufficient condition sufficient reason temporal priority things tion totality of contingent transitively related uncaused validity words